Unified Field Theory: The wave-particle duality of energy-matter units

Today I am going to tell you a story about reality and the Universe. Why is it important? Because it’s the fabric that surrounds you and everything you know as real. Got your attention? Good. Let’s start.

“It seems as though we must use sometimes the one theory and sometimes the other, while at times we may use either. We are faced with a new kind of difficulty. We have two contradictory pictures of reality; separately neither of them fully explains the phenomena of light, but together they do”. — Albert Einstein

So the first clue comes from Einstein’s special theory of general relativity, or more specific the energy-mass equivalence:

E = mc²

This is a mathematical equation containing two variables and a constant. The variables are Energy and Mass and the constant C is the speed of light in a vacuum. Because of the fact that the speed of light is a very large number (299,792,458 m/s) and it’s further squared, the corresponding quantity of energy is much larger than the quantity of mass. So we could actually think of energy as ultra high speed/frequency/vibration matter.

Particle — is a discrete unit of matter, having among others, the attribute of mass.

Wave — is a discrete unit or energy, usually referred to as wavenumber, having among others the attribute of frequency.

So if we apply this understanding to the first clue, we start to get a glimpse of the wave-particle duality of all matter, which can behave as a particle or as a wave, depending on the vantage point of an observer. Let’s dig deeper…

The second clue comes in the form of a duality paradox, the wave-particle duality of light. That took everyone by surprise, including Einstein, who eventually embrace the wave-particle duality and won a Nobel Prize in 1921 for his discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect. The particle component of light was called: Photon. In March 2015 a research team led by Fabrizio Carbone at EPFL carried out an experiment to prove Einstein’s theory by using electrons to image light. The research team have captured, for the first time ever, a snapshot of light behaving simultaneously as both a wave and a stream of particles:

The third clue comes from the introduction of the state vector collapse. It links the duality to the observer and brings in the aspect of consciousness. Basically it says that the observer’s consciousness influences the behaviours of the matter. Think of Schrödinger’s cat thought experiment replicated for the purpose of proving the wave-particle duality of matter. Entering the scene the Quantum Mechanics Double Slitexperiment, followed by the Quantum Entanglement which points out that we are all one energy and separation is just an illusion. Furthermore there is also a 3 dimensional limitation, which serves a temporary purpose of creating a real, believable and limited environment. At our energy core we exist in a timeless multi-dimensional universe (or a Multiverse):


The fourth clue comes from quantum mechanics and the realization that the subatomic world is energy, creating the energy-matter unit. Atoms are basically formed of vibrating energy and empty space. It’s the Higgs boson and the Higgs field (a matrix) that condenses energy into matter and gives the subatomic particles (quarks) the attribute of mass. So matter is nothing more than condensed/lower-frequency energy.

It’s kind of like this analogy presented in The Matrix, just understand that the code is actually energy, but works the same way. The Higgs field is what keeps the whole environment stable and real:


If you managed to wrap your mind around this, then congratulations, you are the one. Well in fact, we are all one entangled energy.

The fifth and final clue has to do with the existence of Dark Matter and Dark Energy. Both constitute about 95% (estimated 75% Dark Energy and 25% Dark Matter) of the known Universe, which is currently invisible to your limited 3 dimensional perspective. This is further proof to the multi-dimensional aspect of the Universe.

And now, finally, you are totally prepared for the most important event in the next 700 years and a living proof that Anyone Can Quantum:


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